Open spaces that are vulnerable to fly tippers or illegal traveller settlements
Large and exposed sites are challenging to monitor and control, with so many potential places of risk and possible points of entry. A guard with a security dog can provide coverage of large areas. Often, the presence of a dog unit alone is an effective deterrent and prevents the threat of fly tippers, squatters or travellers and the damage that accompanies them.
Secluded sites, where a single guard may be vulnerable
In areas or sites that are secluded there is an added element of risk as the site could be a target for those looking to break in out of hours. In this situation, our security dog patrol can exceed the capabilities of a manned patrol, ensuring that guards are not exposed to heightened levels of risk without immediate access to back-up and protection.
Sensing intruders hiding beyond a line of sight
In instances in which intruders can hide from the line of sight, it can be impossible for security guards or manned patrols alone to know of their presence until a breach has occurred or if they have seen the perpetrator.
Our dogs are trained to hear and smell potential intruders before any criminal activity has taken place, reducing the risk of a security breach.
Protecting valuable equipment, goods or scrap materials
Every business values their people and their assets, but sometimes particularly valuable projects require superior security. These can include expensive goods, lucrative assets or scrap materials exposed to theft, thus making a site more vulnerable as a whole.
Our dog security units can be tasked with general site coverage, guarding points of entry, or managing control over specific equipment that demands a higher level of protection.
Empty buildings or construction projects that may attract squatters
A vacant premises or construction site is particularly vulnerable to unauthorised access, vandalism, squatters and theft, which can put a significant strain on operations and finances to resolve.
Our dog units enable continual monitoring of a site, 24/7, protecting vacant properties around the clock, ensuring they remain secure and safe.
Offices or commercial ventures that benefit from a visible security presence
Businesses are often a target of theft, particularly when hours of business are public information. Equipment such as IT hardwear are often targeted as a crime of convenience and can be protected by having dog security as a visible indication that the site is under professional control.
Premises including offices, sites, and commercial facilities, benefit from such a presence, ensuring they are not vulnerable to theft or intruders.